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A Different Shade Of Green - A Green Day Tribute

Skunk Ape 11

Released on July 22, 2003

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Finally, a tribute to one of the world's greatest, most influential and most deserving punk bands of all time. This is the first and official Green Day tribute album. A collection of Green Day songs spanning from way back in their early years up to the present. This album is compiled of bands from all over the world who were inspired by Green Day and their new generation of "punk rock". All of the bands on this album were selected out of hundreds of bands from all over the world. This is a definite "must-have" for any Green Day fan or anyone who just wants to hear some really awesome versions of Green Day's kick ass songs! Happy listening...

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Average Customer Rating: 3 with 24 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Rudiger -2000 Light Years Away Voted #1  20%
2 Inspection 12 -F.O.D. Voted #2  15%
3 Wirebox -When I Come Around  5%
4 Fenway Park -She  5%
5 The Velma Fix -Basket Case  5%
6 Insomniac -Minority  3%
7 Weezer -Worry Rock Voted #3  13%
8 Taking The Fall -Redundant  2%
9 Wester -J.A.R.  6%
10 Up Syndrome -Going To Pasalacqua  6%
11 Knockout -Burnout  6%
12 MC Dolly -Macys Day Parade  4%
13 Pensive -Christie Road  10%
14 Wheelie -Rest  1%
Come back on or after Tuesday, July 22 to vote for your favorite songs

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Eric from Longview, WA 
Feb 22 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Not a bad little tribute. You never know what to expect with these kinda' comps. Pretty solid all the way through. Weezer was rad. Inspection 12 also stood out. Only a couple clunkers. Don't bother listening to "When I Come Around" or "Going to Pasalacqua?" In retrospective it was worth the change though!

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Neal from Los Gatos, CA 
Jul 8 2004 Rating: 2/5 Stars

I am an avid green day fan. I bought this cd in hopes of getting a great tribute for a great band. Instead, i got a painful earful. With the exception of rudigers 2000 light years away and weezers worry rock, this cd, in a nutshell, sucks. unless you want a techno remix of when i come around (ick) and a very irish sounding She, i would steer clear of this cd. i couldnt even bear to listen to the whole thing. My only words on this cd is that i hope green day never hears it.. its a disgrace.

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Patti from Norfolk, MA 
Apr 21 2004 Rating: 2/5 Stars

This is Dan not Patti. This was pretty bad. Green Day is my favorite band and I was hoping that this cd was going to be great. but i was wrong. Most of the songs are just terrible. What is up with the techno band doing the cover of "When I come Around"? It was hard to listen to. The same thing goes for "She". They slowed down the tempo and it just sucks. The only reason i gave this a 2 is because of Rudiger, Inspection 12, and Weezer. Wester's cover was pretty good too. I don't even think the big green day fans like me can stand to listen to this the whole way through. Plus its $14. some people may like this, but I would stay away from it.

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Jim from Pipersville, PA 
Nov 19 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

i don't know why so many people are complaining about how this cd sucks. if you're a REAL Green Day fan, you'll like it. rudiger-2000 light years away is the best song on here.

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Rebecca from Rochester, NY 
Nov 10 2003 Rating: 1/5 Stars

when i first heard of this brilliant idea i couldnt wait to get it. when i got it, i was stunned. i was stunned that i just spent about $14 on this not so good cd. inspection 12's cover of f.o.d. is good(mainly because of the piano). taking the fall's cover of redundant is the best song on it. christie road by pensive is decent, nothing amazing.the rest arent that good. i will always like green day but most of the songs are kind of a disgrace to green day. STAY AWAY FROM THIS ALBUM. if you want something to do with green day, get the new pinhead gunpowder or the netwok cd. name is paul not rebecca

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Xiovani from Port Saint Lucie, FL 
Nov 10 2003 Rating: 2/5 Stars

I honestly believe that a retarded monkey could have put together a better set of Green Day covers than this heap of garbage. Though the album does have a few saving graces: Weezer's transformation of "Worry Rock" from a song of frustration and regret to an eerie, melancholy ballad is seamless, as is McDolly's electric rendition of the classic "Macy's Day Parade". But honestly, who on God's Green Day lovin' earth could put up with the others cuts on this record? "Minority", "Basketcase", and "J.A.R." all suck equally! If you don't eat, sleep, and breath Green Day, then do yourself a favor and stay away from this regurgitated pig snot of a tribute.

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Angela from Ashburn, VA 
Oct 20 2003 Rating: 1/5 Stars

while it was a good idea, it definetly didnt live up to its expectations. the songs were butchered and they sounded nuthn like GD. J.A.R. was butchered, i mean it's a tribute to a lost soul, Jason Andrew Relva must be turning over in his grave. the other tracks sounded mildly like the real songs, but they still were way to screwed up to bear listening to. i give it a 1

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Tj from Croton-on-hudson, NY 
Oct 5 2003 Rating: 2/5 Stars

TJ Ross Croton, NY USA I ordered this CD with a an optomistic mind. I was very excited to hear that Green day had a tribute CD and wanted to hear their songs done by other people. I waited inpatiently for the CD to come and when it finally did i put it in my CD player.... Track 1 was good Rudiger did a great job with 200 light years away. FOD was next and that wasn't too terrible. Then Wirebox came up with when i come around a great GD song. They fucking murdered the song. They had these fucked up techno beats and shit. I wanted to die. If i met these people i would kick them all in the nuts. The rest of the CD basically sucked as well with a few ok tracks by weezer, MC dolly, and my persoanl fav Insomniac who did a kick ass rendition of minority. I'm so happy they didn't add other good GD tracks on this CD like brainstew, nice guys finish last, and longview. The person who let this CD be released should be killed. The only good thing about this CD that i really liked was the cover which i think is hilarious. INTERPUNK you should definatly make a shirt out of it. I would definatly buy it!!!

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Scott from South Amboy, NJ 
Sep 21 2003 Rating: 2/5 Stars

I was very dissapointed with this cd. The only really good tracks are 2,000 light years away, FOD, Macy's day parade, and going to palahasqua (spelt it wrong) everything else is just music that i cant here green day songs being played in. Welcome to paradise is simply horrific. If your a fan of green day or punk rock, dont even bother buying this crap.

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David from San Diego, CA 
Sep 18 2003 Rating: 2/5 Stars

I respect these bands for doing a tribute album to Green Day, how ever if you are a true fan, i think it might annoy you. The bands that re-made the songs sucked and didn't sound like they were actually singing it for the fun and love of the music, but more just to see their names on a CD sold in stores. I don't recomend buying this CD, save your money, buy a REAL Green Day CD!

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